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Owners, Ports And Unions Call For All Boxes To Be Weighed

A powerful coalition of shipowners, port operators and labour unions is calling for all containers to be weighed before they are loaded onto a ship.

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Shipping Reforms Set For July 1 Introduction

After passing through Parliament on Monday, the Federal Government’s Coastal Shipping Package will receive royal assent on June 22, and will become operational from July 1.

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Earthquake Triggers Melbourne Channel Bund Inspection

An earthquake which hit Victoria on Tuesday evening will force the Port of Melbourne to survey some infrastructure for possible damage.

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Report Raises Waterfront Productivity Concerns

Port productivity has gone backwards even while worker wages have continued to rise, says a new report by the Castalia economic analysis group which was commissioned by Ports Australia.

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Shipping Sectors Feel Cash Flow Squeeze

Cash flows are coming under increasing pressure in all major shipping sectors, according to shipping finance sources.

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Los Angeles Reports Strong Box Growth For May And April

US west coast container hubs Los Angeles and Long Beach have recorded contrasting box throughputs in May and for the calendar year to date.

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$400m Injection For Webb Dock Automotive Upgrade

A further $400 million will be forked out to consolidate the import and export auto trade at Webb Dock, the Victorian Government says.

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Shipping Bills Clear Parliament

Minister Anthony Albanese’s major shipping reforms are a mere inking away from becoming law after the bills passed through Parliament yesterday.

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Box Volumes Increase Between Australia And Europe

Second quarter container volumes between Australia and Europe have started strongly with imports climbing for a fifth consecutive month, according to the latest data from Container Trades Statistics (CTS).

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Licence Condition Changes For Customs Brokers

Licence conditions for customs brokers will be subject to change from July 1 this year.

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